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Wearable epilepsy technology could save NHS £250M

The NHS is being urged to consider new technology investments that could help improve epilepsy treatment and save the organisation as much as £250 million every year. As part of Purple Day, myCareCentric Epilepsy consortium is seeking to equip the UK’s population with wearable technology to record health data to help clinicians build a tailored…


Seizure-free: How wearable tech is helping Dorset’s epilepsy patients

Rupert Page, consultant neurologist and clinical lead for the Dorset Epilepsy Service writes about wearable tech’s benefits to epilepsy patients. Epilepsy wearables have placed extra pressure on services, but a new project could have NHS-wide implications, using smartphones, wristbands and apps, to help end patient isolation. The potential for wearable technologies to revolutionise how we…


Wearable device for epilepsy patients created by startups

  A wearable device has been developed that could help doctors diagnose epilepsy. The device, Neuronaute, has been created by Paris-based startups, Dataiku and Bioserenity. The wearable device, created by Bioserenity, is combined with a data analysis platform built by Dataiku. It aims to offer neurologists a tool for accurately diagnosing epilepsy through a mobile…


Wearable technology able to help people with epilepsy

A new model of care which incorporates wearable technologies is being launched to potentially improve the quality of life for people who are living with epilepsy. Called myCareCentric Epilepsy, it combines the latest in wearable technologies, shared care records, machine learning, and data analysis tools. The care model collects information from wearables, smartphones and portals…

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